Seven companies will compete for work under three-year contracts for a variety of work; each deal has a two-year option.
The Aerial Dragnet program calls for identifying and tracking UAS flying below 1,000 feet in urban areas where line-of-sight is not available.
The geospatial agency will take part in the effort to provide a huge trove of commercial satellite imagery to the public for free.
The system, which would replace what is still a paper process, would give coalition partners a clear view of available spectrum, allowing them to better work together.
Three small businesses will share in a $49 million contract to install systems on a variety of ships, including a few foreign vessels.
The JTARV, now in prototype, could let soldiers call for supplies and have them delivered in 30 minutes.
A report says the department lacks visibility into National Guard units' cyber capabilities, which could provide significant help in the event of a domestic attack.
During the recent Tech Warrior exercise, technologies developed under AFRL’s SBIR program took the field in combat scenarios.